The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 12, 1947
Page 10
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PAGE TEN f • ,• • - . . • i Committee Hikes Price Of State Land LITTLE RO3K, Mny 12, (UP)The price of state-owned land In Arkansas stood today at $2.50 and $3 an acre depending upon Us fertility. The original price oi S'2 an •ere for hill land and S2.50 lor delta land was raised at a mc-clins yesterday of the Land l>.e Com- mittfee. Bte'of the nine mer/itevs Mtenclcd their first time. They were Clyde E Luwell of Harrlsburg. Sen. Gro\ei N»o»c* of Newport. Clifton Wade of FiyettevUte, Sen. Byron Goodson o DeQueen,' Rep. Louis I. Watts o Monticello and Sen. P. C. Crov of-Hope. John Rye of Russellville. a hold oytr member, was elected chair man succeeding Tom &«Ui of Mur freesboro. Goodson was elected vice chairman. In other action the commttU- confirmed tbe appointments o Harve Thorn as chief appraiser an T. B. McGuirc of Russclisillc as a appraiser. The group also imulc • a prerequisite (hat the chief a;i pralser be an attorney at le.vv. Liquor Store Burglarizec EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark., May 12. (UP)--Office: 1 s continued Ihcl'. 1 investigation today into the theft of a cash register from tbe Basin Liquor Store early yesterday. The .register and its contents of cash •and checks was valued at 5330. ^The thief or thieves entered the f store through a back second story window. 1 SuDer-Rbckef---MayejnAmerica PLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Alcoholism Cures Need Less for Men Than Women WASHINGTON. May, 12 <UP> — Them Is a Btontcr need to prevent and cure nlchollsm among women than among men, an Institute on alcoholism was told here last Dr. Martha liniiincr-Ornc, consultant on mental hygiene al Wcl- eslcy college, said alcoholism In women "leads to moral deterloatlon and to the destruction of family life." She said the moral nnd social damage occurs early in the course of the addiction with women whereas with men the "physical damage' Is "more frequent bill occurs latel in life." Dr. lirunner-Orne reported an increase In women drinkers durlnt and after the- war but. did not liok the war Kole to blame. "The significance of habits 1 changing with (.he times," she said, "It, Is considered Rood sport nowa days If the female joins her com panlon in a more or less modenit use of alcohol." Copyright by Gsven Davenport; Distributed by NEA SERVICE. INC uruovc snows new nll-Amurican rocltyi developed ay the Navy said to be capable of carrying much heavier loads than the German V-2 ami more tlian doubling the 100-mile altitude achieved by tbe German missile. Tlie rocket, unollicially dubbed "Neptune," will be tested in the near future, piobably at White N. M.. ordnance urovine mounds. North Side Lions Roar NORTH LiVl'TUS ROCK, Mr.y 13 (UP)—Residents of North Lllllc Hock today arc bonslihg a high honor—that of bavins tlw largest Lions Club In the United States. And. according to the May issue of Lions International, Ihc Arkansas club ranks second only to Havana, Cuba, in the world. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H, Webb Hwy 01 at Slale I-iric I'hone Hlythcville 714 MONDAY, MAY 12, 1917 Dr. W. C. Grice Veterinarian BACK at Dell, Ark. - ;••' xxvi TW RS - BAQOT noticed Salty ami J*L Vicky whispering together nud lowered her own voice to speak to Sophie. "Dear Madame van Eyck I am enchanted to see that : bur two- young people seem to have 'hit it oft' together." ' '•' Sophie' glanced at the settee. "Indeed they do. I'm so glad, bally »eems like a nice boy." •' SAnd Victoria seems to be sweet girl," Mrs. Bagol acknowledged gracefully. "So pretty, too Of course she, like Salty, has had •.very advaulasc," >;•• "I don't know what you eon- Bider advantages, Mrs. Bagot, tEbphie said. "She has had as much [love as -we could give her, Mr. jBemheim nnd I." 1 \ "Mr. Bernheim? 1 * WCT:'- "My late husband." • Mrs. Bagot nodded. "Ah, yes. Srictoria's grandfather." • "Won't you have some more lea?" asked Sophie. '• "No more, thank yon." Mrs Bagot turned to Godfrey as Sophie •relaxed a little. "Victoria's grand- Miss Codinan gasped. "But he—" "But, Victoria—" began Mrs Bagot. The two ladies looked :u caci other and then turned to Inol it Victoria nnd Sally, absorbed ii ach'ollicr across the room. Sopliie leaned back wearily, at u loss fo words. « « * "VOU mean — Madame — yo •^ weren't married at ;ill befor you married Mr. Ucrnhcim'.' A DAM BAGO'l' got to his fe with dillicully. "Perhaps iiather -was a very wealthy mat 'i-was he not?—a member ol the i great Bernheim family—" ' Very distinctly, Godfrey said !*He was not Victoria's grandfa i'ther." i;':Sophie-'grew alert again. "Mis iCodman," she said, interrupting her voice quite as loud as God Irey's, "may I give you some mor tea? Do!" "Not just now, thank you, I sli 'have a wee bit left." Sir Charles returned with frcs i cheese rolls, hot and fragrant, an ! began passing them. Miss Cod man twisted in her chair so a to see around him and addresse Godfrey. "Well, now, isn't th interesting? I didn't know Mat ame van Eyck had been marrie more than once." ^ I "And what," said Godfrc flakes you think she has?'< asked Mrs. Bagot, speaking great ditliculty. •No," said Sop!:'-?, "I was not Every man in the room looked comfortable, with the exception Sir Charles, passing sandwiches, id Salty, who had not heard. The •o Bagot ladies continued to arc at Victoria for a moment, icn Mrs. Baj;ot, with an effort, imposed herself and asked God- cy a perfunctory tmcsliou about hrMhcr lie- liked Maine. Mrs. Bagot was nothing it not uly. She wailed until she wa iriain clique-He would pevmi caving, and then rose, with a de arting guest's firm reluctance I'm afraid we must tear ourselve way. My son has to get back t is post. I haven't seen very nuict f him since he':; been ill home f you'll excuse us- It's been dc jhtfiil. Come, Ethel. Come, Ui le Adam." Suddenly Sally became awar hat his mother was sliimlint:. II umpcd to his foci. "What's ill Mother? We ji:st K«t .Vicrc." 'You forget we've decided close the house," said his niolhc 'There- are some things you nui help me decide, since you woi be coming buck here." 'Close the house!" Salty claimed. "This is the Ihs-t heard of it-" "1 call it eating and rimnint said Basil. Mrs. Bagol, standing by hcrsc and fcelinct very foolish, drc herself together and 5uid icily. avo no doubt you nro a com- ctcnl critic, Mr. Vasilov. Perhaps i that capacity you will he able 0 realize that standards of eon- uct which might be acceptable 1 Leningrad, or iu the world <>£ theater, look very different in New England." "A fiood exit line, Mrs. Bagol," aid Basil. l«5 inclined her head stiffly. 'Good day. Good afternoon, Mad- ime. Jt has been delightful." With is much dignity as she could rc- litiii, shc walked out of the room and into the hall. Sir Charles lianded her her coal and opened the front door. feet IPS I should go. Madame van Eyck, it you have been made uncomfort- ble ;it all, I am sincerely sorry, .'iy \ caH nil ynu vmm''" ! Of. course!" Sophie assured him irmly. "At any tiir.G." "Well, Rootlby, all," simpered iss Codman, clattering toward door which Sir Charles was 11 holding open. Mrs. Bagot, ilfway to the front steps, came xck into the house. "Al'c you coming, Sailer?" "Later, Mother." "1 think you should sec me nme, son." "Go iilniiif, darling," Vicky said. Do as she, asks." •What's cot into everybody?" ally demanded, looking around. ;\-eiyouc in the room seemed to holding in leash some invisible ury that was only awaiting the tp'arluro of the Dagots to break nrlli. "Vicky, wait for me. I'm otnim; over to talk lo you before leave." Determined to be polite, Mrs. lagol repeated oucc- more her ipprcciiilion for a pleasant after- icon. "It has been an honor, Miiduinc, to lake tea with you and your brothers." Suddenly she was struck with the full reali/.ation oC a fact that had been staring lici ill the face unrecognized. "That is—that is—iC they are your brothers!" "I have never said they were, said Sophie. Salty followed his mother from, the house. (To Be Conllnnad), The temperature on Neptune Is estimated to be about 400 degrees below zero. RADIO REPAIRS 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL. UE- LIAliLB WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 South First St. Today's free M<!Jl Kecoril Mr. ami Mrs- Kosco Crallon BOATS FOR SALE Mode in Blythcville by MIKE MERONEY CYPRESS and PLYWOOD The Ideal IKKII for ilic Hi it Lake area. Handmade, sturdy niiistrui-tiuii—only (lie l«.st inalcrials tire used in Iliese beats. Sec them NOW! Now on Display at The Blytheville Motor Company "But I only want to borrow the car for your sake! What' would her parents think of my parents if I made her wa'k -, to the tlance?" FRCCKLUS & HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL HJ,OS3ER Who Started This? Be Sure! INSURE With the FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second I DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER 1JIU, WILSON :/,//£• NIGHT THE CMS INVITED ACADEMY STUDEHKTO 7HEIR HOr. MO NOW TKt: LOCAL LADS ARE &UKNCD UP.' NAPOLEOM SMITH 'THE IRLS COIJLDMT GtT ALOh-JG- WlThlOOT L>3 e GREW MAM SAID/ THEV WEEDED US LIKiT A WORM NEEDS SHOES/ Dr. Jack Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building lil> fhevillc, Ark. For (he Genet ul I'l-iictice oC Medicine Office 1'lione 2131 Residence 2635 CHAMBLIM SALES CO., Inc. STUDEBAKER Sales Cars and Service Quality Trucks ol' Oiilsliindinj.' and Economy Skilled craftsmen insure clciienrtaWc service, keep your c:us and trucks In ti|>-Un> condition. 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